Lvivske Robert Doms Beer Wins Three Awards at the International Beer Competition
September 11, 2014
Launched this spring, Lvivske's new products Robert Doms V≥densky and Robert Doms Bogemsky have hit the spot not only with the fans of the legendary Lvivske beer, but also won three awards at the 17th International Competition of Beer, Soft Drinks, Low-Alcohol Drinks, Mineral and Drinking Water. The award ceremony took place on September 5 at the annual forum Beer Festival-2014.
The highest award was granted to Robert Doms V≥densky, which according to the panel of judges received the Grand Prix of the International Competition "For the Highest Quality Semi-Dark Beer". The Gold Medal was granted to acknowledge the quality of the light beer from the new series, Robert Doms Bogemsky. An honorary cup was awarded to the original branded bottle Lvivske Robert Doms for "Best External Design".
The products of the company were assessed by an international jury consisting of professional experts from the Czech Republic, Belarus, Lithuania, Moldova and Ukraine. The tasting commission commended the quality of new varieties of Lvivske Robert Doms, as well as the sophisticated bottle design, awarding the special beers as many as three awards in different categories.
Today, Lvivske Robert Doms series features two varieties: semi-dark Robert Doms V≥densky and light Robert Doms Bogemsky. Brewed by Lvov brewers according to special recipes with the addition of the Viennese and Bohemian malt, the beer features a notable taste and aroma.
Andrey Otroshchenko, Vice President Marketing at Carlsberg Ukraine: Robert Doms is a line of craft beer from the Lvivske whizes. While creating this brand, we were inspired by the life and deeds of the owner of the famous Lvov Brewery, and our brewers have used all their talents to surprise not only fans, but also experts. We are very pleased that they enjoyed the new product and received the highest awards at the prestigious international competition. The Lvov Brewery is proudly preserving the traditions and heritage of previous generations and is preparing to celebrate its 300-year anniversary the next year."